Sunday, 15 February 2015

Our Beautiful World

This week 84 at Our Beautiful World the prompt word has been suggested by myself...
from the William Shakespeare drama Romeo and Juliet - 
What light through yonder window break?
I first imaged I could find/take a photo of sunrays through a window, a cat bathing in the sunlight through a window, or a lovely romantic Romeo and Juliet scene,  but that wasn't to here are my photos
Kinnoull Hill and ruins of a foll, with it's bare window overlooking the River Tay, Perth, Scotland.
Built in 1829 by Lord Grey of Kinfauns as a romantic folly, the tower was originally used as an observatory by Grey and are meant to resemble the castles on the Rhine in Germany.
These are the stained glass windows at Leonardo da Vinci's tomb in the Chapel of Saint-Hubert, adjoining the Chateau d'Amoise, France
Amazing coloured glass skylight  to the  Souk Arcade -
Khan Murjan - Wafi City Mall, Dubai 
This is a lovely window view in the blue bedroom at Chateau Cheverny, France
Thanks for taking a peek at my photos, now please pop over to the Our Beautiful World Blog and visit the other team members to see there lovely photos.


  1. Wow...awesome photos Robyn. Have a good week.

  2. Great photo's Robyn! Especially love the first one.

  3. Hi Roby, great shots for your topic! Yes I wonder me what you mean with it, but there are so many possibilities. A beautiuful photo from the blue bedroom. Have a good week, Manuela

  4. Wonderful photos Robyn ... So sorry I messed up!

  5. This look like some gorgeous locations! The stained glass window ceiling is the coolest!


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